Hostal Rocaverde

Address: Simon Bolivar #166 e/ Clemente Pereira y Pedro Zerquera, Trinidad, Cuba | B&B
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This B&B, located on Simon Bolivar #166 e/ Clemente Pereira y Pedro Zerquera, Trinidad, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Seeing the real Cuba, Trinidad and beyond.

      A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Dec 18, 2014

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      18th December

      Today we leave Havana to travel to the central south coast. We now have a Cuban guide called Daniel and a driver Francesco who will be with us for 3 days. We finally leave the city and head onto the 3 lane motorway at 10am, we drive non stop until a bathroom stop is totally at the top of my list! Then we move further towards the coast and pay a visit to a Taino Indian village across the Laguna del ...

      Exploring Colonial Trinidad

      A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 15, 2014

      ... We had two people who had asked for a local stone momento from Cuba, so we went for a fairly long and hot walk to the edge of town and down a winding road where numerous horse trains were being taken somewhere, possibly to a steam at the bottom of the road - too far down to investigate this. We observed that some had maybe had enough of walking and tossed their shoes onto the electric cables up above. We also ...

      Experiencing Real Local Cuba

      A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jun 27, 2014

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      I didn't know much about Trinidad but it was another advice from my friend and locals seemed to back up the idea so I went. I took this time the tourist bus, not cheap but direct. Some German girls had the lonely planet so I borrowed it to read more about this place and the rest of Cuba. Haven't done much of guide travelling but Internet isn't an option in this country and I wanted to confirm the tips I got. Reading about Trinidad, I learnt that ...


      A travel blog entry by maroline on Mar 04, 2014

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      ... a nice little chat with us. He talks about how he hates beer, his love of coffee and cigars, and how he walks 6kms everyday because he can't afford to buy even an old horse, and needs to sell his bananas in the city. He offers us a couple of his bananas and doesn't ask us for any money. Beer and bananas for lunch. After a while, we get up to leave and tell him we're glad to meet him and try to give him a few dollars. He looks at us and asks us why we want to give him money and ...


      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 21, 2014

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      ... everything matching including the walls, but it was clean, bright and spacious and we had a gorgeous garden view too. Soon enough Amado appears at our door with fresh cold pineapple juice on a pretty little tray. Awwww how adorable!!. He was smiling and happy and despite not being able to speak English we managed to have small conversations about Trinidad. After settling in we left Stephie to have a nap after hardly sleeping on the bus. Stuie and I went for a stroll around ...